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Dr. Ejukwa Osam


Social Work


Lecturer II


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About Dr. Ejukwa Osam

Ejukwa Osam was born on 3 October 1971. He attended Presbyterian School Obubra from 1976 to 1981. After his first school leaving certificate, he proceeded to Federal School of Arts and Science Ogoja from 1982 to 1985. He successfully concluded his WAEC O LEVEL. He proceeded to the University of Port Harcourt PH Rivers state in 1986 where he enrolled in Political Science and graduated in 1990. After his NYSC that was preceded by the first degree in Political Science, he was employed to work with the CRS Education Board. After a year he resigned to take employment with the University of Port Harcourt alumni association in Ikeja Lagos. From 1993-95 he was fully engaged. After two years, he left for the Republic of South Africa and resided in Durban for years before enrolling in a Master’s degree in Social Policy. He flew to the United States of America to study Social Work at undergraduate and Masters's levels at the Univ of St Thomas St Paul Minnesota USA. This was a five years program. Immediately after he graduated, he got admitted to doing a Ph.D. in New Zealand in 2010. After two years he graduated in 2012 and returned to Nigeria in 2013. He got employed at the University of Calabar end of Feb 2014. Since then, he has been active on campus and conducting lectures and supervising project students He is divorced with two daughters.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
B. Sc, (Hons) Political ScienceUniversity of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria19851988
M. A. Social Policy University of KwaZulu, Natal Durban, South Africa20012004
.B.SW/M.SWUniversity of St Thomas, St Paul, Minnesota, USA20032008
PhD Social WorkUniversity of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand20102012

S/N Publication
Etuk, G.R. (2019) Etuk, G.R., Bassey U.S., & Osam, E. (2019). Gendered sociocultural structures and Africa’s quest for development. Journal of Sustainable Development, 12(6), 121-127
Osam, E. (2019). Sectoral analysis of corruption in Nigeria. Multi Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective, 8(1), 221-239. Source
Osam, E. (2019). Analysis of the social consequences of overpopulation in Nigeria. Multi Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective, 8(1), 173-195

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